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operations. analysts point to pennsylvania and other states gambling as the region. >>> americans use many plastic bags each year. cities are passing laws restricting their use. in florida there's a law banning the mapping of plastic bags. >> reporter: beneath the palm trees hugging the coastline there's this muck created by man. a few times a week david tries to clean up after the carelessness of others, by picking up buckets of garbage. he focuses on what he calls urban tumble weed or plastic bags. >> the whole concept of single use plastic bags is ludicrous. it's laziness that people don't bring reusable shopping bags with them. >> reporter: according to the earth policy institute 170 cities or countries have laws banning or curtailing the use of plastic bags. in florida, home to beaches, a state law prohibits cities from passing laws that will restrict for ban plastic bags are. florida state senator has been trying to change that for the last three years. >> it's a no-brainer. the obstruction was the industries. elementary schoolkids inspired the bill. plastic bags are not biodegradeab
trading post, and it was not at these sort of british trading areas in pennsylvania, but it was intended it could access both. very independent place. a place to try to set itself tried tom empire, that play them off each other, which it had done for quite a while. by the mid 18th century, that was getting harder and harder. these alliances became more and more firm. the french were less and less interested in being an alternative to the british. they really wanted these alliances to be exclusive. remember we talked about the native american cultural expectation that trade and alliance were taken to be one thing? this is something the french kept repeating back to them. if you are going to trade with the british, you are their allies and our enemies. the indians would counter with, you are trading with our enemies, so we will do the same with you. mainly it was about commercial interests. these native peoples wanted a place where they could access french goods and british goods. 1750'snch in the early came to see this as a threat. and partly because their entire existence in north americ
started work on the pennsylvania avenue initiative. the generalng with services administration and the national park service to study the near and long-term need for pennsylvania avenue between the white house and the capitol. we will develop a vision for which is homereet to so many national treasures, including this building. i want to send a thanks to the national parks service and recognize peter may. he is a fellow ncpc commissioner bud his day job is associate director for lands, resources, and planning. locals may recognize these names as parks, neighborhoods, even metro stations but many are surprised to learn about their civil war history. the civil war was a milestone in the nation's history. arerole of gettysburg well-known to all of us. today we are going to learn about another important albeit less well-known battle that took place not far from where we are today. defense is for the built to protect washington, ,.c. the battle of fort stevens the city of washington, d.c. could be in a different place today. today we will learn about the development of the civil war
in the northeast, including a dozen in pennsylvania. >> i believe we will survive. and it is how many survivors along with us. >> reporter: the golden nugget is a boutique property turning a modest profit. most of the remaining casinnos is in the black. a big one on bargotta. a value proposition that far exceeds what they can get in pennsylvania and new york, that they choose to come an extra 60 miles of driving and 50 or 60 in gas and tolls to come there. that's what we do. >> reporter: the a c's best days are still ahead. >> it is tough. we have to reinvent ourselves like we have done perfect and become more than just gaming. right now violence on the west bank and new clashes with the israelis and palestinians. israel telling people to evacuate for their own safety. we are live on the ground. >> and mitt romney will not run for president again, but passionate supporters are not giving up hope seeing the former massachusetts governor in the white house. what do you think? should he run or not? we'll read your responses live on the air. so i tried depend last weekend. it made the difference
. they had gone fishing in pennsylvania. early held a council of war that night with his generals. john breckenridge was the former vice president of the united states with james buchanan. he was a confederate general. he was in that house before and knew where the wine cellar was so he and his men drank up the wine. they decided the next morning that they would come here bright and early and decide whether or not to attack. they did that. this time, early could say the he didorps was here so not invade. there was more fighting. there was a skirmishing, artillery exchanges. men were killed. there were 300 union casualties and we will go to the cemetery a little later. we don't know officially how many confederate dead and wounded. it had to be that many if not more. that fighting went on all night on july 12. when the union troops got up in the morning of july 13, they looked out here and early's army was gone. he went back through my gum or a county -- he went back through montgomery county. there, ithas been goes across the potomac and the name is the early. that is where my story end
, this weekends it is the perfect time to do it. cbs3 at the pennsylvania spca's peace and love block party. adoption fees are waived for kittens cats and adult dogs. the fee is reduced for puppies and purebreds. the goal to find forever homes for at least 150 animals in need of a good home. the block party runs tomorrow from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 350 erie avenue in north philly. >>> katie, so good to have you here this weekend. >> i was going to say good morning at some point. >> good morning. >> i got a bet with my husband like how much you bet i'm going say good morning. >> good to have you here in the evening hours. not too bad today. >> the it really wasn't a bad day. it got how the outside, got a little burn on my back being outside but there are a couple of thunderstorms that actually fired up to our west and northern suburbs especially. right now live skycam3 looking g you've got nothing but bright blue sky out there at the moment as the sun starts to drop ever so slightly over the horizon in center city. and it really does look like generally speaking it's going to be a pretty
. they hosted a health and career fair at pennsylvania convention certainty. if you are in town you will see lots of purple and gold, fraternity colors until the convention wraps up on july 16th. >>> and women in center city received a little lesson on self-defense this morning. councilman johnson hosted a free self-defense class for women, in partnership with the organization called handbags for peace. the event was organized in the wake of a sexual assault last month, near 19th and spruce streets. today these women learned how to fight off an attacker and get out safely from dangerous situations. >>> still to come on "action news", lesean mccoy, changes his football shoes for basketball. we will show you the star studded event, w if he were a lobbyist... if they were political contributors... maybe tom corbett would listen to them, instead of cutting funding for their schools. oil and gas companies gave corbett 1.7 million dollars in political contributions. and he gave them a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget de
now is the perfect time. some fees are being waived all weekend long by the pennsylvania spca. the goal is to find homes for these animals in need here. and you can find a few of them. here they are spca on the 300 block of east erie avenue in north philadelphia. adoption fees are waived for all the kittens, adult cats and adult dogs. while fees for puppies and pure breads are being reduced. the spca says it's also providing low-cost vaccines for some 500 pets. >> a new mural is unveiled in south philadelphia. it's gone up at saint gabriel's hall on the 2100 block of 24th street. it's part of senator anthony williams campaign to end the crime and violence in the city of brotherly love. the mural is called tolerance. >> incredible act of kindness at a grocery store. still ahead, tonight a good samaritan pays for everybody's groceries. why he says he did it and what the people inside the store did when they realized what was going on here domenica. >> another nice day today, but storms are starting to show up on the radar and future casts showing thunderstorm in the forecast for
on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us.
along, they were living in pennsylvania and called pennamites, the dutch settlers that did not believe in the revolution. it was not that they did not believe in it. they felt we are honest people who took an oath and we have to abide by that oath. because of that, there were parts of american history that no one talks about these days. the revolutionaries and pennamites were killing each other like you see now in iraq and afghanistan. that was happening here. people are losing their homes. their farms were being burned. they were being murdered and tortured because they would not join the revolution. one of the families that happen to was the vanderlip family who had to escape into the swamp. one of the women in the family was given up for dead with her son, went on to canada. she survived long enough to get her baby son to safety. he was not reunited with the family for another 20 years. they lived in canada for a while. there is a place i found called vanderlip house in canada where they lived. they moved back into the illinois and ohio area in the 1800's. yes? >> i did not know abo
the university of pennsylvania. right down the road in philadelphia. they're not stating, if you drink one glass a day, it might be harmful for your card owe vassi vascular health. >> when he will, we're finding out it's not so, it's not good for you. it's a great study. looking at about 50 different studies. 260,000 different patients. and a long follow-up. what they see, if you're taking light or moderate drinking, one glass of red wine a day, it's going to hurt you. so, this is a game changer for us. as doctors, we always said that socially, it's okay to drink some alcohol. now, we have to look further. now, they found out if you're drinking 17% less than others, you have 10% less chance of heart disease. and if you have a gene, it breaks down the alcohol very fast. you may drink some alcohol, because you're going to get sicker faster. if you have the gene, it's better for you, because you're going to feel the alcohol, breaks it down faster, and you're not going to touch it as much as people that don't have it. >> how does this all break down? people walking around without the gene -- >> they
no matter what. people in pennsylvania were saying, wait a minute. we want to be with the winner. some people in virginia started to think, hey, maybe we want to be with the winner too. in south carolina, they figured they were not going to be the winner so they were looking to get on the other side. i suspect a lot like that was happening in the soviet union as gorbachev is wrestling with the reforms that he wants to put in place. obviously, we know that the coup attempt had an impact on the relationship that gorbachev had with not only the soviet union, but with russia. that was an undercurrent, along with the time that gorbachev was bringing his view of reform to the people of the soviet union and to the countries. satellite countries were definitely trying to decide who is the winner. there was a dynamic there that i think president bush managed better than historian technology -- then historians acknowledge. he was cognizant of the ease germans and the czechoslovakian's and the balkans. he was cognizant to what their challenges were as they try to deal with the unsettled relations
there people have to walk to 22nd or mariposa the station on 22nd and pennsylvania nothing happening now its very, very busy and again those folks have to walk all the way back to 22nd and 23rd street instead of having the t line loop at 22nd or meeting metro east. there's another thousand unit being planned and lastly the block between illinois and 18 and 19 has heavy trucks and cars and two bike lanes you're going to add a big muni strtd streetcar you've begging for bikes to get hit and all kinds of things. there's no stop plan for this loop not at 19 and illinois or 19 and third so in conclusion i urge you to please put the loop in the right place it's the right thing to do >> is there any further public comment yes, please come down. >> the mission bay loop project was comboild a decade ago because of the rapid growth new condos and dog patch as well as the combination of dmu new condominiums and higher observecy and the shipyard project the bayview is not efficient. the existing levels of muni service has not kept up with bayview so the residents face long waits and you're thinking ab
've been a part of, been a part of that children's multicultural children's festival in pennsylvania. and it's ongoing. it's not just the time that you participate, but the word grows, and, you know, the andx+y the movement grows for families and teachers and educators. >> okay. i think we're going to now open it up for questions from the audience. i'm going to invite erica ayala from the children defense fund's freedom school program, and she's going to give us a little information about the freedom school. you have about a hundred and, what, freedom schools around the country? >> we're up to 200 sites around the country. >> whoa. and it's curriculum-based. >> yes. thank you. my name is erica ayala, and children's defense fund has been running the freedom school's -- next summer it will be 20 years of the cdf freedom schools which comes from the history of the mississippi freedom summer and the freedom schools of 50 years ago. but we have five main components to the freedom schools. that is parent and family involvement, civic engagement and social action, intergenerational leadersh
want to personally carry the gown to the white house. i did not want it to get lost. pennsylvania avenue had traffic. i was dodging traffic, carrying this dress. i do not know why i thought this was a good idea. [laughter] i get to the gate. i get to the northwest gate. said, i have the first lady's gonna need to come in. the secret service is looking at me like, and, so? you are not on the access list. i said, ok. i start waving. [laughter] i saw mike, and he is like, hi. i am like, i am waving to go in. meanwhile, everybody else was going in. it was like, what do i have to do here? it finally dawned on me that was not going to give me access to the white house. finally, somebody came out and had me cleared so that i could bring her her dress. it got lost. we had to find it. when you walk into the white house, it is so immense. you think, how will i ever figure this out? by the time you leave, it is so small. we need another room. special times. special relationships. >> another question? over here. >> good morning. thank you so much for the exciting panel. i am mary ann p, natio
, pennsylvania, then we need to hire the workers, and guess what, they have to make the carrot bigger, an offer more money. that is how the market works. you can't create something from nothing. >> mark is jumping out of his seat. go ahead. >> well, reasonable people can disagree on whether to raise the minimum wage or not, but something that we can all agree is that congress should put it to the vote yes or no whether we want to raise it. if the republicans have an economic argh yiument against a philosophical opposition to the minimum wage, why not have the courage to vote that way. instead, john boehner is too afraid politically, because he knows that most of america is going to support the raise of the minimum wage. >> this shouldn't be a federal issue, and that is where we are coming from, and this is not their problem as gary b. eloquently said, it is a market-driven issue, and that is where it should be. >> and back to the economy, and john, i want you to jump in, please. >> this needs to be fixed. and this arguing of the john boehner and stop with the stupid politics. that is what is wr
discuss sd his made in pennsylvania manufacturing plan. chandler bats makes hundreds of models of baseball bats for professional players, minor leagues, college and high school. >>> mean while, governor tom corbett is looking for passenger reform an a day of the budget was released. yesterday corbett got a warmer reception at the graduation of 89 new state troopers from the pennsylvania state police academy. >>> having a yard sale at ridley park, delaware county, may not be as easy as hanging up a sign. the bureau is meeting to consider an ordinance for requiring permits for yard sales and limiting how many can happen in one year and a specific timetable to remove a yard sale sign. after complaints of residents having yard sales almost every weekend. the meeting is tuesday night at 7:00. >>> turning to central jersey, where workers at an animal shelter are breathing a sigh of relief today the reason? two kittens cat napped by two braise and teenagers and are now back where they belong. >> this is casino, a 3-month-old tabby kit and who along with another kitten was the victim of a katd nap
's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >>> we were so blown away by ryan's jumping jack moves, take a look at them one more time. >> are they in slo-mo? slo-mo, yeah. >> wow. >> that's how it looks. >> like a little -- see you tomorrow. >>> i'm eva pilgram along withen. we are following two stories, philadelphia police are investigating a deadly gun fire. >>> and the search for two children in northeast philadelphia. they went missing in philadelphia, and your >>> "action news" delaware valley's leading news
is on that line calling in from elizabethtown, pennsylvania. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> good, gary. go ahead. >> yes. i believe congress should do what they are supposed to do. they need to keep their nose out of this. they are not doing their job as it is. excuse me. they are sending an awful bad message to the students who go to college. they are getting to the point to where they believe they are entitled to everything. as for students being paid, i believe that you need to work your way up to get to that level. look what they have done to joe paterno, after all of the money he has earned that school and they kick at that man when he is down. i believe it's awful. >> gary, let me ask you: you are a former college athlete. where do you come down on the unionization effort that some college athletes, football players at northwestern university are pushing? >> i believe it's awful. i believe they need to grow up and grow up at a normal rate that the we used to grow up. i am not of this younger generation, obviously, and they need to learn to be kids before they become adult
payouts at all. >>> the democratic candidate for pennsylvania governor toured factory and smoke to workers about his made in pennsylvania plan. he unveiled turns of models of baseball bats for professional players along with minor league, college and high school. >>> he caused a stir, governor corbett by vetoing tens of millions from their budget. he got a warmer reception at the graduation of 89 new troopers from the pennsylvania state academy. >>> ridley park in delaware county is not as easy as hanging up a sign. the borough is meeting next tuesday to consider permits for yard sales and how many sales with happen in one year and a specific timetable. after concerns from some residents having yard sales almost every other weekend. the meeting is tuesday night at 7:00. next on "action news" saturday morning, a man accused of opening fire in a florida movie theater is out of jail. why a judge allowed curtis reevess to go home. >>> and a small plane gets into trouble mid-flight. >>> warm day today and only slightly humid, but more humid tomorrow, as we move late into tomorrow afternoon and
of the university of pennsylvania, where owe is recovering no arrests have been made. >>> now to the lateness the rising tensions in the middle east. palestinian officials claim hundreds of israeli air strikes have killed at least 100 people and wounded 600 others. israel accused palestinians have of launching no fewer than 500 rockets from gaza just this week alone. they have resulted in several injuries but no deaths. now despite international calls for a cease-fire there appears to be no end in sight to military operations against militants in the gaza strip. >>> well, from around the the world to right here in philadelphia that conflict is certainly cause for concern. demonstrators rallied in philadelphia on friday. "eyewitness news" spoke with the local woman in the middle of the conflict, our steve paterson has the latest details. >> reporter: nicole air strikes have have killed more than a hundred palestinians, many of of them women and children while in israel sirens have shattered all sense of a normal life. all sparking a series of heated protests here in philadelphia from both side
a pennsylvania man named fred minnick, they said, failed to register for the draft. failure to register is an offense punishable by a fine for imprisonment. if he were still alive would be 120 years old. born in 1894. that letter was received earlier this month by his daughter who's now in her 80s. mr. minnick is one of 14,000 men in pennsylvania alone born in the 1800s, all informed by the federal government they have failed to register for the draft and are now facing that potential jail time. it turns out when the pennsylvania department of transportation passed along records from their database to the draft board, a computer operator entered 93-97 instead of 1993 to 1997 so it spewed out all males in the database born from 1893 to 1897 and from the '90s. a spokesman for the agency said, hey, we made a mistake. this just wasn't good. we do apologize. among those receiving the draft letters were military veterans, themselves, including some from world war i. but there is one veteran of the revolutionary war who is also now the subject of the federal government's attention. it is for a
of pennsylvania law school to exam statistics relating to arrest, bail, plea bargaining and sentence nothing the system and expect we'll be able to have a greater impact on these numbers in the next -- in the year and years ahead. this is a summary of our budget, and fte's. as you can see, for the most part, our fde and budget have remained flat comparing last year to this year, the difference between those -- our budget and numbers are $500,000 is due to negotiations by the city over labor contracts. the fde's, from 157 to 158 as i mentioned later are due to two positions that will be used to fund our legal education advocacy program. we measure the quality of our work through the work load. you can see, this is our felony in miss demeanor case load. we handle 10,000 case loads and 6,000 miss demeanor cases and you'll see our annual case load in all categories is beyond that, which is represented by the american bar association national association's standard and you'll see we use case waiting which measures the cases and work hours done by each attorney. the work hours for an attorne
. >>> a candidate for governor toured yesterday, tom wolf talked about his made in pennsylvania plan. he unveiled hundreds of models of baseball bats for players and players in college, and high school. and meantime, tom corbett is continuing his push for pension reform. he caused a stir among lawmakers by vetoing lawmakers from tens of thousands of dollars from their budget. >>> having a yard sale in ridley park, delaware county, may not be as easy as hanging up a sign, it's borough is meeting next tuesday considering an ordernential requiring a permit for yard sales and how many sales can happen in one your. and the specific timetable for removing a yard sale sign. the concerns were raised because of reads having a yard sale almost every weekend. >>> coming up an emergency landing on a remote island, why an american airlines flight from hawaii to guam landed on the midway tolls. >>> and why movie goers at the chester county theater are screaming -- david? >> a decent day with warm highs and ozone action day is declared for those of you with unhealthy, or at risk groups for unhealthy air. the fo
to be my new outfit on the weekends. >> i like it. you are from reading, pennsylvania. getting rid of suit and ties on the weekend. are you game for that. >> i'm totally game especially if i get the. >> fire new balance. >> send clayton over there to warm up? >> about to do that in the battle frog competition here in moments. i'm going to go get ready. >> good luck. >> all right. now to some of your headlines. we have new developments in the crash that involved actor tracy morgan. is he now suing wal-mart. the crash critically injuring morgan and three others and then killed his friend. the suit claims that wal-mart should have known that its driver hadn't slept in 24 hours loading up to that new jersey accident. in a statement, the company is, quote, committed to doing the right thing for all involved. one person is dead and three others are hurt after a small plane crash and then it burst into flames. look at the wreckage there. the plane's engine died shortly after takeoff from greenwood south of indianapolis. it hit one house and skid in the backyard. stopping before it hit another hou
pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us.
the street. >> the inundation was severe at pennsylvania's hershey park, enough water for people to float around. and more than 3 inches of rain fell in only two hours. in virginia beach, 11 people were injured as wind shredded homes and businesses, tossing this man's car like a toy. >> it's a spin cycle, and out west, more of nature's fury in southwest washington state is burning out of control, fueled by strong winds and dry conditions. it's crazy, this is too close to home. it's scare. >> i the fire burned 13,000 acres already as 450 firefighters scramble to contain it and mandatory evacuations are happening. ray spray aid home on his roof. >> we start to get embers we turn that on. >> there is no sign of relief. >> the pattern we see across the country continues to the east. wet in the east but little to no rain from the pacific northwest into california. >> forecasters say the eastern storms are expected to bring unseasonably cold weather to the midsection of the country, some 20 degrees below normal. >>> "good morning america" weekend will have more on the wild weather across the na
that there is a lot of openings in the eastern part of the state in western pennsylvania. very few and not as many in southern delaware etc.. they also show you live in% of warehouse workers when they lose their job they don't know what they are qualified for. i've been working in the warehouse. well it turns out the same skills that require the warehouse worker qualify you to be a truck driver. so you push a button and get every single solitary truck driver opening that is in the same region. truck drivers make on average $4,000 a year more than warehouse workers. $45,000. they then say with the skill set is, what the expense and experience is required, what the expense is to get the training that you need. they actually give the workers a physical map showing them where the company is, telephone number and a map as to how they can get the training they need for the job. they already had a career. they've now lost it and most people you know are in their 40s or 50s or lost a job. what is the first thing you hear from them? they talk to you like they do me. i don't know what to do. i've done this
of the university of pennsylvania where he is recovering this morning. so far no arrests have been made. >>> unwelcome news in the struggling shore town, there is now word that trump plaza hotel and casino may soon shut down. "eyewitness news" reporter todd quinones has details from atlantic city. >> reporter: we are still waiting to hear back directly from official from his trump plaza to confirm that what we have been hearing but right now we are told that warning notices may go out to employees here as early as monday. >> i have beg back and forth between being depressed and angry all day. >> reporter: new jersey state senator jim wheel an tells me credible sources are telling him that come september unless a buyer steps in or there is some kind of dramatic financial change trump plaza will be shutting down and laying off roughly 1,000 employees. >> i'd love to stand here and tell people particularly employees, don't worry, we will fight, we will save your jobs and i would be lying anyway you cut it. it is not a good day for atlantic city and not good news for our whole economy. >> r
of trump plaza would follow along with down turn for atlantic city cass soon notice since pennsylvania and other nearby states legalized gambling. roger gross is publisher of global gaming business magazine he says trump plaza has been the lowest performing casino in atlantic city. he too has been told trump plaza is closing. >> they are going to send out notices next week which is a federal requirement when you're going to lay people off. you have to give them 60 days notice and that's what they'll be doing n week. >> reporter: you heard this directly from people within trump plaza. >> the trump organization, yeah. the corporate structure. >> reporter: source tells "eyewitness news" this is not unexpected and it may not necessarily mean that trump plaza will definitely close but once again tonight we are still waiting that hear back directly from officials here at trump plaza. for now reporting live tonight in atlantic city, todd quinones cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> all right. todd, thank you. while the closure of trump plaza is not at all certain atlantic city's troubles clear extend
in political contributions. and he gave them a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. . >>> you know, just this week 300 people were rescued from one california beach alone. and it is not just on the west coast, experts say beach rescues are at an all-time high and there is an unsettling reason why. abc's matt gutman has more. >> reporter: in california, a teen plunges into the water. there you see him being rag dolled by the monster surf and current. he goes in after him, and the
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a sweetheart deal on taxes that's costing pennsylvania billions. corbett's mismanagement has caused a huge budget deficit. and his painful education cuts are forcing teacher layoffs and increasing class sizes. now corbett wants to give the oil and gas industry even more handouts. and what's he getting from them? corbett's keeping that secret. so pennsylvanians are challenging tom corbett to come clean. release the records of your meetings with donors... that you've been hiding. disclose all the contributions, letters and emails from oil and gas lobbyists who influence you. we've got a right to know who tom corbett's listening to. because it sure isn't us. >> the owner of this boat very fortunate to be alive after these flames quickly consumed it. it happened near miami. the man says he started the engine and flames just erupted. he ende ended up jumping in the ocean. firefighters arrived and battled the flames and rescued the man. that fire is under investigation. >> the man accused of killing six of his family members in houston, texas collapses in court during reading of his crimes. ron
. >>> next, families from florida to pennsylvania facing an obstacle course of fallen trees, floods and roads covered in mud. abc's david kerley takes us out to see the families caught in the mess tonight. >> reporter: tonight, the country's heartland bracing for what we saw last night on the east coast. flooding rains. and in virginia beach, winds up to 70 miles an hour. even a tornado, which lifted travis prezko's car off the ground. >> it was like a spin cycle. everything in my car, just flying around. >> reporter: if that wasn't enough, a church steeple fell. just missing his car. then there was lightning. 165,000 hits yesterday. and some close calls this week for people who thought they were safe. watch this, outside denver. >> time for hail. i think. >> reporter: a man standing in his garage with the door open. he suffered a concussion. >> i thought i was safe. >> reporter: in atlanta, a 7-year-old suffered burns. he and his mother slammed backward by a strike that came inside their house. >> all i could see was my son on the ground. his foot was smoking. >> reporter: here and near denv
a threat to american purity. >> absolutely. so if you think of kids in a summer camp in pennsylvania getting lice, that doesn't some like a huge threat to the american populous. >> right. >> and it's the same disease. what we see historically is that when diseases or conditions occur in people who are social outsiders, so immigrants, people of color, women, those diseases are seen by whiter society as markers that the people are impure or that they're lacking in virtue. so whereas lice has one meaning for american kids in a summer camp in pennsylvania, the meaning becomes toel s totally different if it's a group of kids we think of as outsiders. >> rachel pearson, thank you so much. great piece. >> thanks. >>> john boehner wants the house of representatives to sue the president, but will he get laughed out of court? that's ahead. my business. and i get a lot in return with ink plus from chase. like 50,000 bonus points when i spent $5,000 in the first 3 months after i opened my account. and i earn 5 times the rewards on internet, phone services and at office supply stores. with ink pl
have been 117. the mistake started in the pennsylvania transportation department and left families of the deceased receiving notices dumbfounded and worried about the punishments possibly associated with not signing up. the department has apologized and families, of course, can ignore those letters. >>> secretary of state john kerry has some major smoothing over to do this weekend. he's set to meet with his german counterpart amid growing tensions over espionage and trust between friends. we have that story tonight from london. >> reporter: it is a major rift with an important ally of the u.s. germany and it involves spying. it was revealed last week an official working for german's foreign intelligence service selling secrets to the u.s. this week a staffer in the defense ministry was being investigated for spying prompting germany to take the unusual step of kicking out the top spy the cia station chief. >> translator: barring our allys is a waste of energy. we have so many problems and we should focus on the important things. >> reporter: this is not the fit calling out between
held on $25,000 bail. >>> well, pennsylvania budget is now signed, but it is now become a big campaign issue in the race for governor. democrat tom wolf made a stop in norristown montgomery county today. our matt rivers was there and says he took the opportunity to criticize republican governor tom corbett. >> reporter: it was baseball and budget talks in norristown on friday as democrat tom wolf toured chandler bats a successful baseball bat company in montgomery county. >> the front runner, remains one day after governor tom corbett signed pennsylvania's new budge net to law. strongly criticized wolf, democrats and republicans for not including pension reform in this years budget. >> it is time to stop talking around the edges and inact meaningful reform. >> reporter: corbett says it is necessary to close pennsylvania's $1.6 billion budget gap but his challenger says criticizing the legislator is not the waste to achieve reform. >> that is in the a way the governor should behave, especially with his own party. >> reporter: wolf offered no specific solution though when asked how he
that's exactly what republicans are doing now. joining me now a former pennsylvania governor ed rendell and political strategist angela rye. thank you for joining me. >> thank you, rev. >> should it be alarming that the speaker of the house started to sound like rush limbaugh? >> sure. it should be alarming to any right-thinking republican interested in winning on this senate and congressional election coming up what the party is doing. have you ever seen the movie "dumb & dumber"? the impeachment talk and now this talk about suing the president for something he did two years ago. it's "dumb and dustin milligmbe" they have to think, my party is crazy. my party doesn't want to do real work, accomplish anything. they want to waste our time on stuff like this the. it's "dumb & dumber". >> let's show more of why people might question why they are a little crazy. last year, right after president obama are delayed the employee mandate, speaker boehner said he was glad. he urged the president to delay more of the law. listen. >> i'm glad the president recognized that his health care law is not
this is the third largest lake in pennsylvania. a fabulous get away spot especially for spending time in the great outdoors. how is the weekend shaping up? chief meteorologist scott williams has the answer. >> that lake is probably going to be packed tomorrow and much of the weekend because we're looking at beautiful conditions. pretty nice right now. it's warm but not that humid. 89 degrees. humidity look at this, 31%. those winds out of the east right now at 6 miles per hour. ultimate doppler pretty quiet across our area. we have been tracking a few pop-up showers. mainly scattered about and really not amounting to much this one dying down right now in sections of cumberland county around laurel lake. temperature wise right now, it's 73 degrees in millville. 80 in dover. we're looking at low 80s right now in pottstown. 83 degrees in allentown. 73 degrees right now in the pocono mountains. so if you're stepping outdoors for your friday evening plans, perhaps to check out that new movie or new restaurant sun and clouds, low 80s. by 7:00. 78 degrees boy 9:00. a mild overnight. 73 degrees by 11:00 o
. >>> in the race for pennsylvania governor, norristown is the latest stop on the campaign trail for democrat tom wolf. he questioned republican governor tom corbett's leadership during a budget process today. "eyewitness news" reporter matt rivers has more on that stop. >> reporter: it was politics and baseball bats in montgomery county friday, democrat tom wolf, toured a successful baseball bat company in norristown. after touting his manufacturing plan, designed to provide incentive toss companies to hire middle class workers he took some questions from the press starting with some humor while remaining non-committal on several issues. >> you don't want to talk about baseball bats. >> reporter: from bats to budget, wolf has been criticized for not releasing more specifics into what his own state budge without look like, criticism from republicans is one thing but we asked the democratic candidate if voters deserve more detail. he wouldn't discuss exactly what his budge without look like but did discuss how wow shrink pennsylvania's $1.6 billion budget deficit. >> there is ample opportunity for
heavy as you come down along 202. and if you are out and about on the pennsylvania turnpike the westbound side three miles west of valley forge a bad crash injured some people blocking the right lane and shoulder. and it is causing some slowing. and the schuylkill expressway westbound approaching 202 and king of prussia they are in the process of pushing it off to the side. and heavy delays off the blue route through 202. and many shore bound the southbound of 42 jammed across the walt whitman bridge. and southampton burlington county traffic getting by on 206. if you want to avoid the activity, smithville or birmingham road are possible alternates. we will check it again in the next half-hour. >>> and on "action news" tonight a familiar killing six family members collapses in court and the dramatic hearing next. >> and how a local family is using a bike-a-thon to fight cancer. and ali gorman with their story. >>> and checking back in with meteorologist adam joseph about the weekend. we will all be right back. >> the texas man accused of killing six members of his ex-wife's
a trofk stop on pennsylvania avenue. the next he was pinned underneath 4,000 pounds of steel. >> there were several scenarios that played a factor in my survival. the way i was positioned, the way i parked my police cruiser. >> and the ground was so soft from a lot of recent rain. his body sunk into the mud and kept him from being completely crushed, but he doesn't remember much about the actual collision. >> i do remember waking up underneath of a vehicle. i do remember waking up and my squad mates being there. i remember blacking out. i remember waking up in a helicopter. i can remember being at the hospital and then i guess the first four or five days were literally just a blur. >> his fellow officers are glad to have him back but have vivid memories of that day. >> we were talking to him, trying to reassure him. it was hard when he was in the car screaming. trying to keep him calm. >> that was may 22nd. it gives you an idea of how far the officer has come. you know, he is still dealing with very serious burns, his ribs, and knee are in no shape for police work right now.
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